Which setup??

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  1. Red5Point7

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    20x9 -12 Mayhem tanks. Also were on the tuck when I bought it


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    I have to agree with some others; in my personal opinion, you have the tires flopped. If you're going to do a 6" + 1.25" BL, 35's are going to look really small, but again, this is my opinion. I'm running a 6" suspension + 1.5" body lifts with 20x10 Fuel Vapors wrapped in 37x13.50 Toyo R/T's. I understand what you're saying with a 12" wide wheel rubbing if you put 37's on, but I'd stay with a 20x10 if you're going to add the body lift and use 37's.

    But if you are absolutely set on your setup's, I vote option #2.

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    Your current setup looks real nice.

    As far as your choices, I would stick with the 35's for the fuel economy.

    I've got a hell of a work commute though.....
     
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    Honestly my worry is going TOO big. Never would have thought that would be coming from me lol. I just don't want to waste money realizing it ends up bigger or smaller than I reasonably want it to be. I've been constantly changing my mind on this for about 2 years now


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    Love your current set up. What tire size are you running on there?


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    Those are 35/12.50s. Truck is leveled wth zero rub


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    Thanks for the info


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    Here are some reference shots(closest I could find) for y'all, what yalls opinion on which looks better?

    Set up #1(although not on 20x12s)
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    Set up #2(no bilsteins)
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    Every time I scroll past this post I always think it says "Winch setup" and I get super excited. Then I open it up and like dang I have read this already. gets me everytime.


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    I have 35's on a 6 inch , and there is only about 1 - 1.5 inches before it hits the fender, I also have 20" wheels , 35x12.5 on 20" motometal rims. It looks good, but any bigger and it would fill up the wheel well to much! IMO
     
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